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Husband, father, physician, WWII history lecturer & Catholic convert exploring the mystical & intellectual brilliance of the Catholic faith


4 Comments

  1. Kelly Kracht says:

    Hello “A Catholic Thinker” blog author,

    Would you please email me because I want to talk to you about a project we (The Maximus Group) are working on. The Maximus Group is a Catholic marketing and PR agency in the U.S. You can email me at kkracht@maximusmg.com. Look forward to hearing from you.

    God Bless,
    Kelly
    https://www.facebook.com/themaximusgroupmg?fref=ts

  2. Ron says:

    Beautiful and created with great love. Thank you and God Bless.
    Our Lord gave us three wonderful gifts.
    He gave us Himself in the Eucharist
    He gave us His bride – the Church
    And He gave us His Mother to be our Mother.
    http://www.RosaryConference.com

  3. Tom Hrdlick says:

    Not knowing you personally, but understanding you are fond of G.K. Chesterton’s writings, I thought I’d share my favorite Chesterton quote, as I think it summarizes so very well the thing that I think most ails us as a culture today, and also shows once again Chesterton’s keen eye for paradox and irony. God bless your work here.

    “Pessimism is not in being tired of evil, but in being tired of good. Despair does not lie in being weary of suffering, but in being weary of joy. It is usually when for some reason or other the good things in a society no longer work that a society begins to decline.”

    G.K. Chesterton,
    The Everlasting Man

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